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Is it normal practice for an employer to monitor your credit account and possibly have a relationship with that credit agency?

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2005-11-23 17:32:38
2005-11-23 17:32:38

Unless you are employed in a very sensitive kind of financial institution or perhaps working for a company that requires security clearance, monitoring your credit scores might be considered a violation of your privacy. You might want to talk to a lawyer about that one. On the other hand, if you have signed authorization for your employers agets to monitor your credit they might just consider it necessary to ongoing employment.

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